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Railroads reject sick time demands, raising chance of strike

OMAHA, Neb. — The major freight railroads appear unwilling to give track maintenance workers much more than they received in…

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Renewed threat of rail strike has supply chain managers ramping up contingency plans

An aerial view of shipping containers and freight railway trains ahead of a possible strike if there is no deal…

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Semafor news site makes its debut intent on reinventing news

NEW YORK — The media organization Semafor launches on Tuesday with no less an ambition than reinventing the news story.…

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Defence chief calls on Canadians to rally behind military during personnel crisis

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Canada Author of the article: Canadian Press Lee Berthiaume Publishing date: Oct 15, 2022  •  58 minutes…

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Beyond Meat exec departs amid job cuts, slowing sales

The Beyond Meat executive charged with biting a man’s nose during a fight last month left the plant-based meat company…

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Indonesia launches its first home-grown COVID-19 vaccines

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia’s leader launched the country’s first home-grown COVID-19 shot Thursday to help reduce the world’s fourth most…

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Social Security payments set for big increase. What to know.

NEW YORK — Tens of millions of older Americans are about to get what may be the biggest raise of…

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Fed’s Evans says fighting inflation is the top priority even if that means job losses

Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans said the central bank is holding fast in its commitment to bring down inflation…

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Hispanic unemployment rate falls sharply in September, but fewer workers join labor force

A “Now Hiring” sign is displayed during a job fair for Hispanic professionals in Miami, Florida. Marco Bello | Bloomberg…

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Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel says today’s biggest threat isn’t inflation — it’s recession

The U.S. Federal Reserve has been raising rates too quickly, and recession risks will be “extremely” high if it continues…

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